After losing that big chunk to Roch Cousineau following a failed river bluff, it took two more hands to spell the end of Charalampos Lappas's run in Event 47.
In the first, Lappas raised to 75,000 from the cutoff and got a caller in Cam Mckinley. The flop came and Lappas bet 125,000, and Mckinley quickly called. The turn then brought the , pairing the board. Lappas checked, and Mckinley wasted no time pushing his stack of about 370,000 forward. Lappas folded, and Mckinley showed the as he corralled the chips.
That one pushed Lappas down around 175,000. Soon Timothy Finne was open-raising to 72,000 from the small blind, Lappas reraised all in, and Finne called.
The flop gave Finne two pair, then the on the turn filled him up, leaving Lappas searching for a king on the river to save him. But the final community card was the , and Lappas is out in fifth.